This Is Slow Down, You Move Too Fast Blog 3 (Stop Multitasking. Do One Thing At A Time To Improve Faster And Get Better Results–In Guitar, Running, And Maybe Anything) I Turned 50 And Ran My Fastest Mile In 15 Years. Here’s How I Did It–And Why It Is Changing My Approach To Practicing Guitar! Doing One Thing At A Time Can Help Make Us Healthier and Better Guitar Players
This Is Slow Down, You Move Too Fast, Blog #2 (Want to play faster? Stop playing faster–instead, expand your mind!) Into The Matrix Playing fast isn’t just a physical skill; it is mental. Without changing your perspective, playing faster will be difficult or impossible. One of the most common mistakes intermediate guitar players make is trying to build picki
I ASKED 12 TOP GUITAR TEACHERS THEIR SECRET TO RETAINING STUDENTS –AND WHAT I FOUND OUT SURPRISED ME Meet Tia! Meet Adam! Meet James! Meet Eric! Meet Emilio! Meet Tony! You know that if you want to build a studio, you have to be able to not only attract, but keep students! So as the founder of one of America’s largest independently operated guitar schools (we had over 3,000
Slow Down, You Move Too Fast The Number One Practice Mistake In Music (And Life?) And What To Do About It I like to read and to listen to Audio Books. And when I listen to Audio Books, I typically use the “speed up” feature to listen to them at double speed–or 1.5 if I’m feeling mellow. “Daaaad,” my daughter, Neoma tells me when she gets in the car. “That super fast talking
Rock out to Imagine Dragons’ “Believer,” guided by star teacher Michelangelo, featuring Madeline! Good luck and keep shredding! For more tutorials, click here. To take a lesson with Michelangelo, click here!
Power ballad you heart out with Sam Smith’s “Too Good at Goodbyes,” guided by star teacher Michelangelo! Good luck and keep shredding! For more tutorials, click here. To take a lesson with Michelangelo, click here!
Serenade someone special – or yourself! – with Ed Sheeran’s “Thinking Out Loud,” guided by star teacher Kyle! Good luck and keep shredding! For more tutorials, click here. To take a lesson with Kyle, click here!
Dear Guitar Student, Science tells us that the brain is changeable. When you practice playing your guitar, you are literally creating new pathways in your neurons, which are cells in your brain. After you’ve practiced, you aren’t the same person you used to be–you are physically different. There are different connections between your neurons than there used to be, and some of tho